Programs of Study in Art and Design
A wide range of programs are available for the artist/designer of the future. In an age when critical thinking and creative problem solving skills are needed more than ever before, the Department of Art and Design is committed to developing relevant academic programs and initiatives. These programs are designed to better prepare students for a career as well as meet the increasing visual demands of a multi-sensory and multicultural world.
Please make an appointment with one of our academic advisers or peruse the detailed Programs of Study in the sidebar to the right to help guide you toward the instructional path of your choice.
If you would like to see a description of all current undergraduate art and design courses, click here.
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Foundational Courses of Study
The foundation courses at TROY are considered the "boot camp" of the program. The
objective of these courses is to set the pace and provide the students with the basics
of art and design while learning cutting-edge technology. Due to the unique nature
of our approach to art and design instruction, transfer students should speak to a
faculty advisor before applying to the program.
Foundation courses are:
- Introductory Drawing • ART2201
- eDrawing • ART2210
- Digital Tools • ART2208
- Foundations of Form & Space • ART1145
- Foundations of Time & Space • ART1150
- Color & Technology • ART3310
- Survey of Art History 1 • ART2250
- Survey of Art History 2 • ART2251
Upon successful completion of these foundational courses, students are prepped for entry into the mid-upper level coursework of the major field of their choice within art and design. Consultation with an academic advisor is strongly recommended when selecting an art/design program.
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